They say that many of science’s greatest discoveries happened accidentally. A researcher studying pigtail macaque monkey communities discovered that it only takes a handful of angry individuals to make the entire society start fighting – and thus figured out why leftists are the way they are.
“In the study, fights were often small, involving just two or three monkeys, but sometimes grew to be very large, with as many as 30 of the 48 adults in the society,” a group of researchers reported in Nature Communication.
“Agitating four or five individuals at a time can cause the system to destabilize and huge fights to break out,” they noted, claiming that a new “social regime” can be implemented when animal societies reach a “critical point” of emotional outrage.
Some monkeys help steer the society away from the critical point by breaking up fights and easing tempers, but other, more irritable monkeys cause enough of a stir to potentially shift the dynamic of society.
One only need to look at the 2016 election to see how true these findings ring among human beings. With a mainstream media fanning the flames and social media allowing everybody to have their own personal megaphone, leftist crybullies have tried to brute-force society into accepting their deluded brand of hyper political correctness and the demonization of the straight white male.
Are we reaching the so-called critical point where society undergoes a fundamental “regime change” or are there enough levelheaded people out there to steer us clear? That, unfortunately, remains to be seen.